iSeries

iSeries

(1) An interim IBM brand for its midrange business systems. iSeries evolved into Power Systems. See IBM branding and Power Systems.

(2) A family of x86 chips from Intel (i3, i5, etc.). See Intel Core.
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ESAB says its new iSeries power sources for automated plasma cutting offers major productivity improvements and cost savings for stainless steel fabricators.
While IBM has often made some major OS/400 platform announcements in the fall, the company seems to be saving spring of 2004 for OS/400 V5R3 and whatever iSeries hardware announcements it has in the works.
Nasdaq:SYMC) recently announced the availability of Symantec Enterprise Firewall for IBM eServer iSeries 270 running Linux.
We told you last week about the new geared down iSeries Model 870 machine that IBM announced to fill a big performance gap between the Model 825 and the Model 870 in the revamped iSeries line.
In response to customer demand for easy-to-deploy and flexible e-business solutions, IBM has announced the broadest transformation of its IBM eServer iSeries in more than a decade, delivering pre-packaged software, On/Off Capacity Upgrade on Demand by the day and price/performance improvements of up to 80% for mid-market customers.
Micro Focus) has announced at the IBM eServer iSeries Technical Conference the availability of its Server Express product for IBM eServer iSeries OS/400.
BCC Technologies, long-time provider of storage solutions for the IBM iSeries marketplace, has announced their 10K RPM and 15K RPM Extender(TM) Disk Drive (EDD) family now supports all models of IBM's iSeries and AS/400 mid-range computers.
Baan has announced that its iBaanERP software is now ClusterProven for iSeries -- previously the IBM AS/400 family.